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Santa Úrsula, Mexico City

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Santa Úrsula, Mexico City

Santa Ursula (Spanish: Santa Úrsula) is a large, low class suburb in Coyoacan, Mexico City. Most notable about the neighborhood is the Estadio Azteca, home stadium to the club América. It was the venue for football association during the 1968 Summer Olympics; although it was not an Olympic stadium. Near the neighborhood there are 2 light-rail stations. A few cul-de-sacs, low-rise apartments, gated communities and a Pepsi factory are present in the neighborhood.

Education

Public high schools of the Instituto de Educación Media Superior del Distrito Federal (IEMS) include:

  • Escuela Preparatoria Coyoacán "Ricardo Flores Magón" (Viejo Ejido de Santa Úrsula)
  • References

    Santa Úrsula, Mexico City Wikipedia


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